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Re: Timberlake,Brand,Kennedy,Worsley and Smith
Posted by: Margaret A. H. Kannensohn Date: February 19, 2002 at 10:25:38
In Reply to: Re: Timberlake,Brand,Kennedy,Worsley and Smith by timip of 846

Up to date, there had been no formal published listing; however, two fellow parishioners at Christ Church Cathedral sent one off for publication. I can't wait to see it, even though I have no Kentucky ties, but am a member of the Church.

I have been working on local cemeteries, because all County Attorneys were requested last summer by the state Atty.Gen. to provide a survey of same in our respective counties. I am (with no apology) months past the deadline, because it has been a daunting task. In the process, I've accumulated quite a bit of local data, which I am most happy to share.

My five-page single spaced listing of burials at OEBG palls by comparison to what I understand their publication will be: 70-something pages! As soon as I learn it is published, I'll post the information to this page.

I checked my (paltry) list, and found no Mrs. Parrish, but I'll be happy to check to see if I have anyone else you're looking for...

As to local family cemeteries: every time I locate one elusive one, I find two others no one had heard wonder I'm behind on my deadline! They're everywhere around here.

As to George Timberlake, I'll check to see if I can find anything more about him which might connect him to yours.

With best regards,

Margaret A. H. Kannensohn
Fayette County Attorney

PS: It was wonderful to learn you have that baby cup! What a treasure.

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